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Trail Section: Cementon – Northampton

Status: Complete, open and improved

Distance: 1.4

Please dismount bikes and use extreme caution when crossing Route 329 in Cementon and walking bikes across the bridge. We encourage users to cross at the light just west of the Cementon Trailhead then follow the sidewalk east across the bridge. 

This short section of D&L Trail connects Cementon to Northampton via a share the road portion across Route 329 Bridge. In the Borough of Northampton, walkers, runners, and now bikers are encouraged to use the paved D&L Trail through Canal Street Park. A decision was made during the summer of 2017 to allow cyclists through the park. As a cyclist, please use caution and be respectful to walkers and runners. Keep in mind that those on bikes MUST yield to those on foot. Stay in tune for additional signage and trail improvements through the park.

Don’t miss the NorBath connection at the southern end of Northampton Canal Street Park!

The Cementon Trailhead is also near a Lehigh River Water Trail access point located just across Route 329. Please refer to Wildlands Conservancy’s Lehigh River Water Trail website for more information on trips along the water trail.

Things to Do

1

Governor Wolf Historical Society

The Governor Wolf Historical Society was founded in February of 1958 after the Wolf Academy Restoration Society and Bath Area Historical Society merged under the presidency of Elias W. Spengler.  The Society is active in preserving the Lehigh Valley's rich... More

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2

Ironton Rail-Trail

This 9.2-mile loop and extension passes through Whitehall, Coplay, and North Whitehall. It eventually will be connected to the D&L Trail. Part of the 5.5-mile loop is paved, with the remainder made up of fine gravel and millings. Along the trail... More

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